The NRCA PROCertified® Service and Maintenance Technician certification verifies the knowledge and skill of an experienced technician.
To become NRCA PROCertified, you must meet all eligibility requirements and pass an exam. The exam can be completed on a computer or mobile device from any location; it presents questions and scenarios and asks candidates to submit various forms of media—such as photos and videos—that demonstrate their experience.
For more information about NRCA PROCertification, including special discounts on application fees, contact Brad Martz, NRCA’s director of sales, at (847) 493-7574 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Two years of experience as a service and maintenance technician are recommended but not required for applicants.
- If an applicant uses a torch in his or her work, he or she must be CERTA-certified or have an equivalent credential from another organization for safely applying torch-related roofing products.
The technician submits video and pictures of his or her service work via a mobile app (NRCA will provide a link to the app). NRCA will send the submission to a Qualified Assessor, an independent roof expert, to review and score the submitted work.
Job Task Analysis
JTAs define the knowledge and skills necessary for a given role. NRCA PROCertification exams are based on the information shown in each JTA.